Everyone did really well to remember some of the adjectives (adjectivos) that we learnt last lesson especially as it was two weeks ago.
Spanish grammar is a bit tricky with adjectives as you have to remember 3 things
1) they come after the noun
2) they agree with gender (their ending changes depending whether the word is masculine or feminine)
3) they agree with number (the ending changes depending whether the word is singular or plural).
Lots to remember. Here are some examples
brazo largo – long arm
pierna larga – long leg
brazos largos – long arms
piernas largas – long legs
We did some longer sentences to describe animals like:
Una jirafa tiene un cuello largo – A giraffe has a long neck.
Una jirafa tine cuatro piernas largas – A giraffe has four long legs.
Un elefante tiene un nariz largo – An elephant has a long nose.
Finally the children had to listen to my description of a creature and guess what it was.